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ePub A Briefe and Short Instruction of the Art of Musicke by Elway Bevin (Music Theory in Britain, 1500–1700: Critical Editions) download
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Denis Collins
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Published August 1, 2007 by Ashgate Publishing.

Published August 1, 2007 by Ashgate Publishing.

Denis Collins is Lecturer at the University of Queensland, Australia.

Select Format: Hardback. Denis Collins is Lecturer at the University of Queensland, Australia. Renaissance Quarterly.

Results from Google Books. He assesses Bevin's relationship to English theories of canon and to manuscript collections of plainsong canons from the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, and he proposes a typology for canonic processes and structures which is applied in the discussion of Bevin's canons.

Handbooks and Companions: Book Series. On the Origin and Progress of the Art of Music by John Taverner

Handbooks and Companions: Book Series. On the Origin and Progress of the Art of Music by John Taverner.

Ed In: Music & Letters, Vol. 90, No. 1, pp. 160-162. Find it on Google Scholar. Drag and drop files here.

Denis Collins lectures in the School of Music at the University of Queensland, Australia. Barry Cooper is Professor of Music at the University of Manchester

I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. A book of music theory with many puzzle canons. Bevin was famous for his canons in his day, and published two books of them, but both are lost.

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This project aims to reconceptualise current understandings of musical composition from . 330 to c. 1530. Employing innovative computational tools it will show, for the first time, the specific te chniques that composers employed to create different kinds of musical canons. The resulting monograph will make a substantive and original contribution to the history of compositional practice and demonstrate the fundamental role played by canonic techniques in broader sociocultural functions and uses of music. Bach and the Art of Canon

Elway Bevin's A Briefe.

Elway Bevin's A Briefe. Bevin's book was well known in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and was quoted or commen Elway Bevin's A Briefe and Short Instruction of the Art of Musicke begins with rudimentary instruction on consonance, dissonance and proportions but quickly turns to a presentation of examples of plainsong-based canonic writing of increasing complexity and remarkable diversity

A Briefe and Short Introduction (1631) is one of about a dozen late sixteenth- and early seventeenth-century English music instruction books that go beyond the basics for beginners, and it is the last of the writings dealing with the art of singing and e. A Briefe and Short Introduction (1631) is one of about a dozen late sixteenth- and early seventeenth-century English music instruction books that go beyond the basics for beginners, and it is the last of the writings dealing with the art of singing and el. Bu kitaba önizleme yap . Kullanıcılar ne diyor?

Elway Bevin's A Briefe and Short Instruction of the Art of Musicke begins with rudimentary instruction on consonance, dissonance and proportions but quickly turns to a presentation of examples of plainsong-based canonic writing of increasing complexity and remarkable diversity. Bevin's book was well known in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and was quoted or commented upon by Christopher Simpson, Henry Purcell, Charles Burney, John Hawkins and Augustus Kollmann. In the introduction to this modern edition of the work, the first edition to appear since the original was published in 1631, Denis Collins establishes the great importance of A Briefe and Short Instruction of the Art of Musicke in the history of canon. He assesses Bevin's relationship to English theories of canon and to manuscript collections of plainsong canons from the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, and he proposes a typology for canonic processes and structures which is applied in the discussion of Bevin's canons.